Extension II: Project-based action learning

  • Erik de Haan


Project-based action learning is a way of setting up peer consultation in existing teams, such as project groups or management teams. The team members become ‘comrades in adversity’ (Revans, 1978), who help each other through a common project and learn from it as it unfolds, while they feed the learning back into the project itself and their professional practice (Casey, 1976).


Action Learning Consultation Group Learning Style Regular Work Action Learning Method 
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© Erik de Haan 2005

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